After contentious decisions in this first Ashes test Amit Acharya looks at India's stance on the decision review system.
For England the wait goes on: a five-run defeat by an energetic – and energetically supported – India in a rain-ravaged Champions Trophy final deprived Alastair Cook of the chance to become the first England captain to lift an ICC 50-over trophy.
Ian Bell ensured England's Indian winter ended on a high – and not only because they were playing in this spectacular Himalayan setting.
England have again fallen short of the standards necessary to win a one-day international series in India, this squad's undeniable improvements on recent visits ultimately undermined by Steven Finn's right knee.
Kevin Pietersen has escaped with a warning for showing dissent at his dismissal in Saturday's drubbing in Ranchi but not from his share of the responsibility for the consecutive defeats that have left England scrambling to stay in the series.
England have decided that attack is the best form of defence against the flashing blade of MS Dhoni for the remainder of the one-day series in India.
England have admitted to growing concern over the latest in a series of niggling injuries that has left Stuart Broad battling to resume the captaincy of the Twenty20 team in New Zealand next month.
There could be no wild Friday night celebrations for England in the dry state of Gujarat after the nine-run victory over India in the first ODI, although the Saurashtra Cricket Association did lay on a spectacular display of fireworks and lights to mark the first international at this spacious new stadium.
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Fifty-over cricket has never been England's forte in India to the extent that 16 of the past 18 internationals they have played there have been lost and another, during the last World Cup, tied.